It may not “officially” be fall until the end of the week, but I can tell you that we definitely had our first fall day yesterday…
It was my son’s first soccer game of the season and it poured! Not just a regular rainy day; but a cold, blustery, soaking wet kind of soccer day. It would have been the perfect fall Sunday to spend inside with a hot cuppa tea and a movie.
But after the next couple of cold, rainy days it looks like we are back to those perfectly beautiful, clear, crisp, and sunny fall days… the ones that make it such a fantastic season.
And I think this quote sums up those kind of fall days perfectly…
As a teacher, September really does feel more like a “new year” then January 1st does, so I really love this Fitzgerald quote. And this week I’ve joined up with an amazing group of blogging friends this week who are also sharing their own fall free printable. You can see what they are sharing down at the bottom of the post!
Because I know that aqua isn’t a usual fall colour I also made this available to you in a soft neutral brown as well as classic fall orange!
To download your own copy, just click on the link below each image for the PDF version.
I made this in Aqua (shocking, I know!)…
As well as in orange…
And in brown…
As I mentioned, some of my talented blogging friends are sharing their free fall printables this week as well! Hop over to check them out and download your faves!
Be Joyful Always by The Turquoise Home | World of Octobers by One Project Closer | Pumpkin and Leaves by Refresh Restyle | Vintage Typewriter by The Happy Housie | Fall Watercolor by Place of My Taste
Fall Wagon and Mums by Rain on a Tin Roof | Always Thankful by Life on Virginia Street | Grateful for Simple Blessings by My Creative Days | Fall Botanicals by Southern State of Mind | Cool Nights by Robb Restyle
Thankful Grateful Blessed by Designed Trapped in a Lawyer’s Body | Crunching, Crinkling Autumn Leaves by Two Twenty One | Apothecary Jar Labels by Nina Hendrick Design Co. | Autumn Wind & Gold by Maison de Pax | Fall Botanicals by Cherished Bliss
Want to remember this?